Accession Number : AD1022196


Title :   Physics Based Modeling of Compressible Turbulance


Descriptive Note : Technical Report,15 Jun 2011,14 Jun 2016


Corporate Author : Leland Stanford Junior Univ Stanford United States


Personal Author(s) : Moin,Parviz


Full Text : https://apps.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/1022196.pdf


Report Date : 07 Nov 2016


Pagination or Media Count : 47


Abstract : This is the Final Report on the AFOSR project (FA9550-11-1-0111) entitled: Physics based modeling of compressible turbulence. The period of performance was, June 15, 2011-June14, 2016.The following Postdoctoral Fellows and students of the Center for Turbulence Research (CTR) contributed to this project: Dr. Johan Larsson (currently, Assistant Professor, University of Maryland)Dr. Joseph Nichols (currently, Assistant Professor, University of Minnesota)Dr. Ivan Bermejo-Moreno (currently, Assistant Professor, University of Southern California)Dr. Taraneh Sayadi (currently, Assistant Professor, University of Illinois, Urbana/Champaign)Dr. Ik Jang, Stanford University (Ph.D., August, 2016).Curtis Hamman, Stanford University Important challenges in high fidelity, high-speed flow simulations were considered in this project, including: shock/turbulence interaction, aerodynamic noise, supersonic propulsion and boundary layer transition. The latter is being continued and expanded with support from a new AFOSR contract. This report focuses on the first three challenges


Descriptors :   boundary layer , turbulence , Heat transfer , COMPRESSIBLE FLOW , aerodynamic noise , SUPERSONIC CHARACTERISTICS , PROPULSION SYSTEMS , turbulent mixing , supersonic , flow fields , computational fluid dynamics , Ramjet engines


Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE